Posts by tag: sunset

Day #341

Posted by Caz on Saturday, 6th December 2008

Day #341Title: Mersey Sunset
Location: Liverpool
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 17-85mm EF f/4-5.6 IS USM
Notes: We went for a 5 mile walk around the town to find some geocaches during BarCampLiverpool, and happened to be passing the Mersey just as the sun was sinking low. Great timing.

Day #254

Posted by Caz on Wednesday, 10th September 2008

Day #254Title: The Nights Are Drawing in
Location: Galleywood
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes:
Had to pop to the shops this evening on the way home from a client meeting. By the time I was heading home, it was just after seven, but the sun was sinking low already. A reminder that we’re not far off the autumnal equinox, and then the gentle slide towards dark nights once more.

Day #212

Posted by Caz on Wednesday, 30th July 2008

Day #212Title: On Safari…
Location: Galleywood
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes:
I was camped in front of my computer for much of the day again today. But I did manage to nip out this evening to take a few shots at my favourite sunset-watching location. I thought this looked a bit like the view you might get on an African Safari. Not bad for south Chelmsford, eh?

Day #192

Posted by Caz on Thursday, 10th July 2008

Day #192Title: Cloudscape, Chelmer Park
Location: Galleywood
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes:
I went for a little drive this evening to find a new location for some pictures. After a pleasant trip round some of the back lanes in Galleywood, I ended up at Chelmer Park as the sun was peeking out from under the clouds. I have visited before, but have never seen it so full before – Thursday evening seems to be Cricket Club night – there were lots of kids knocking about in the nets, as well as groups playing football.

Day #186

Posted by Caz on Friday, 4th July 2008

Day #186Title: Stand Out From The Crowd
Location: Ingatestone
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes:
Exploring the fields around Ingatestone for today’s picture, I liked the way this ear of corn did its own thing, and really stood out from its neighbours.